Oil and gas operators in the Middle East differ from those in Europe by their sheer size and their total or semi state ownership. In such an environment, an understanding of international risk management and safety culture are critical. Our experienced staff has the global knowledge and local presence to deliver locally compliant solutions. To begin a discussion, or to schedule a demo, please contact us.
A hands-on, interactive course on how to effectively develop and implement a process safety management system to prevent catastrophic accidents from covered processes.
Learn the implementation requirements needed to comply with OSHA Process Safety Management (PSM) standards so that process hazards are identified, understood, and controlled.
A hands-on course on how to effectively develop, implement and manage an asset integrity program for facilities with highly hazardous chemicals (HHC) and flammables.
Gain a thorough understanding of the essentials of leading PHAs using industry methodologies such as HAZOP, FMEA, What If, Checklist and more, through online and in-person instruction.
Gain hands-on experience applying key concepts learned on leading PHAs using the industry’s most popular methodologies such as HAZOP, What-If, Checklist, FMEA, etc.
This course will teach attendees how to conduct a full QRA using SuperChems™ software for facilities that handle hazardous materials.
Information management solutions and application development services that bridge the gap between compliance and technology.
Reducing costs and increasing accuracy in the design or revalidation of relief systems.
Reliable, efficient and affordable test plan development, testing and analysis.
Managing the risks of onshore and offshore LNG facilities via a thorough understanding of the design and key issues associated with LNG.
Developing optimum safety and risk management systems, guidelines and standards, and audit protocols worldwide.
Offering you a wide spectrum of safety, technology and risk management training.
Office 161 / 162 / 163
Building 190 Road 2803 Block 428
Al Seef, Kingdom of Bahrain
A feasibility study for relocating existing flares for the olefins, ethyl benzene, and ethanol units of a petrochemical company in the Middle East was needed. An additional flare stack for a new ethyl benzene plant was also considered. The challenge was to design an economical solution that met all the compliance requirements.